Definition of Manifestants

1. manifestant [n] - See also: manifestant



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Manifestants

manicurists
manicy
manid
manids
manies
manifest
manifest anxiety scale
manifest content
manifest destiny
manifest hyperopia
manifest strabismus
manifest tetany
manifest vector
manifestable
manifestant
manifestants (current term)
manifestation
manifestations
manifested
manifester
manifesters
manifesteth
manifestible
manifesting
manifesting carrier
manifesting heterozygote
manifestly
manifestness
manifesto
manifestoed

Literary usage of Manifestants

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Les crises industrielles en Angleterre by Mikhail Ivanovich Tugan-Baranovskiĭ (1913)
"Un petit bloc de manifestants, Burns et Cunningham Graham en t<Me, lit une tentative désespérée pour avancer jusqu'à la statue de Nelson, mais ce fut sans ..."

2. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1844)
"As the manifestants passed, the police gave the Red salute. ... In less time than it takes to write about it, the mob of manifestants had returned. ..."

3. Russia's Ruin by E. H. Wilcox (1919)
"The manifestants included people from all classes and callings. There were deputations from the Municipal Council, the State Bank, and the Ministries. ..."

4. Violence and the Labor Movement by Robert Hunter (1914)
"On the march many bakeries were robbed by the manifestants. Arrived at Place Maubert, they clashed with a large force of police. As a result, many arrests ..."

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